All papers submitted by D0m1n0

D0m1n0 studied at Brandeis University, USA, with average GPA 3.28 out of 4.0.

The New Deal and Social Welfare Policy

Introduction The New Deal is a term that was popularized by Franklin Roosevelt. It had programs and measures that he came up with to cope with the problems experienced. These problems arose because of the great depression, which occurred in the United States in 1930. The New Deal involved a number of reforms that were […]

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Introduction Electrical and electronics engineers engage in different activities, which involve technologies of different types. Engineers in these fields usually design, develop, test, and assess manufacturing of different electrical and electronic machinery. These machines may range from broadcasting, telecommunication, vehicles and their parts, light, radar, power systems, and navigation equipment among others. In some cases, […]


This paper presents a case study of “Bancolombia: Talent, Culture and Value Creation Management in Mergers” with a view to appraise the historical information and evaluate performance. The management made several decisions regarding organizational cultural transformation over the merger period, some of which may have been wrong. The paper also makes recommendations to management about […]

Social and Political Philosophy

Plato’s critics on Athenian way of life With the conviction of Socrates, Plato, one of the great Socrates’ supporters, sees Athenians as prejudiced people who convict the innocent freeing the guilty. He observes “…his conviction resulted from his unwillingness to address the Athenians the way they would have liked him to do” (Plato 245). Plato […]

UK Beer Market

Beer drinking is an essential component of family, social and professional life for many people living in the United Kingdom. The excessive trend of consumption has frequently been reported in the last two decades. High per capita consumption can be traced back to the middle ages. However, over the last century, beer consumption has varied […]

Children Relationships with Their Siblings

Introduction Research on children relationships takes three divergent routes. The research on parent–child relationships focuses on how parents establish and/or maintain relationships with their children. The second approach entails how children form relationships with their peers in different social settings such as schools. The third approach, which is the main focus of this thesis, is […]

Beck Manufacturing and Plant Capacity

Capacity planning is an important component in the operations of all contemporary organizations. It enables them to cater for the needs of the customer by avoiding shortages. The measure of capacity required to meet the future demands of a certain company has to be calculated using the resources at the disposal of the institution. It […]

Effect of Mentorship on Employees

Literature Review Overview of Mentorship Mentorship is a personal development relationship in which a more experienced person offers guidance from a real world perspective. Effective mentoring involves building a continuous learning relationship between the mentor and the mentee. Research has shown that matching mentors and mentees helps create effective mentorship programs (Bokeno, 2003). Organisations have […]

Initial Peopling of North America

Introduction The question of how and when human beings reached North and South America is an interesting topic of debate (Muckle 2010). Some general understandings and consensuses are that the native populations inherited their genetic pool from Asian groups that initially occupied Siberia before the last glacial period (Jablonski 2002). However, the actual time and […]

Critique of change management models

Introduction We are living in the world of change constantly feeling its impact. Organizations are experiencing pressure of changes both internally and externally. A business growth adopts five major stages, and each stage has its challenges that must be managed to enable efficient transition to the next stage. For success and achievement of a competitive […]

The Importance of Managing the Project Lifecycle to Achieve Successful Project Outputs

Introduction For a long time, project planners have established that project management is pivotal in helping project managers to undertake complex tasks (Priority Management International 1; The University of Akron 1). Without an effective project management plan, it would be difficult to realize positive project outcomes or complete a successful project. However, proper project management […]

The Social Psychology of Health

Introduction From the olden days of human evolution, people have faced different challenges in the society. Nations encounter various challenges that directly or indirectly affect the economic standards of a country. These challenges vary from one individual to another and from one country to another. Vandiver (62) argues that some challenges faced by societies are […]

Late Adulthood and Death

Introduction Late adulthood is the last stage of an individual’s developmental process. Late adulthood is a developmental stage between 55 or 65 years to death. It is an integrity verses despair stage. A number of individuals, who live up to late adulthood are usually contented and happy because of their achievements and contributions to life. […]

Personal Development as a Manager and Leader

Introduction Managers are often charged with the responsibility of steering organisations forwards towards the achievement of objectives. As they purpose to ensure that the organisation attains its overall objective, they plan, organise and direct the staff effectively according to their individual capacities and skill. This proper arrangement of specific works according to the appropriate skills […]

Threats to Globalization

Globalization is a characteristic feature of the twentieth century. This is an inevitable result of an economic and technological progress of nations (Kirkegaard 2008). Admittedly, some nations benefit from the process but some lose (Kissinger 2008). Small nations fail to benefit from globalization as they do not have the necessary base. On the contrary, developed […]

Organizational Culture and Business Ethics

Definition of organizational culture Organizational culture is defined as the values and beliefs associated with a certain organization, the value attached to the work done by employees in the organization and the beliefs of the staff on what is right or wrong for the organization. Culture is therefore the workplace norms that influence how workers […]

Paintings by El Greco

Introduction Work of art refers to an artistic creation, which can take a form of fine art like painting, photograph, fine work of architecture, design, or an interactive game. In the foregoing description, formal analysis is used to analyze an artwork by El Greco which is a painting done in between 1575-76. It presents a […]

Evaluation Report: Theories of Occupational Health and Safety

Executive Summary The issue of occupational health and safety covers a wide array of factors that influence the health and personal safety conditions in the workplace. The theories that form the basis for consideration of the issues of the La_Camera Restaurant include the classic deterrence model, the responsive regulation model, and behavior reasoning theory. The […]

Culture, Diversity and Health Experiences of Indigenous People in Australia

Introduction In any society one of the most important aspects is to understand the various aspects that characterize the day to day activities of the local Australian community members. For a health professional, it is important to understand all the pertinent factors that such as culture and issues of diversity that may have an effect […]

Apprenticeships for the 21st Century

Introduction The selected reports address the need to reform the Australian Apprenticeship system to give participants the right skills that will impact the Australian labor market positively. The report of the Panel chaired by Mr. Jim McDowell titled A Shared Responsibility – Apprenticeships for the 21st Century mentions that there is need to come up […]

E-Concert Report for Pieces from Classical and Romantic Music

The period spanning one and a half hundred years, from the mid-eighteenth to the late nineteenth century, is known as one of the most fruitful periods in the history of music. The era of Classicism (ca. 1750 – 1820), with its tendency to intellectualism and rationality, witnessed crystallization of such model musical genres as classical […]